HB 87: Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy
GENERAL BILL by Allen ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Porth ; Richardson ; Jenne ; Ausley ; Anderson ; Kiar ; Hooper ; Kreegel ; Garcia, L. ; Heller ; Homan ; Machek ; Nehr ; Skidmore ; Zapata ; Kriseman ; Coley ; Bucher ; Gibbons ; Meadows ; Scionti ; Long ; Bullard ; Roberson, Y ; Ford ; Cusack ; Reagan ; Brandenburg ; Schwartz
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy; revises provisions for determination of amount of subsidy for retirees of defined benefit program & eligible participants of PEORP of FRS or their beneficiaries; provides that spouse at time of FRS participant's death is considered beneficiary for purposes of said subsidy unless different beneficiary has been designated; revises contribution paid by employers of state-administered retirement plans, etc. Amends 112.363.
Last Action: 5/4/2007 House - Died in Committee on State Affairs (GEA)
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• Referred to Government Efficiency & Accountability Council; Policy & Budget Council
• Referred to State Affairs (GEA) by Government Efficiency & Accountability Council
• Introduced, referred to Government Efficiency & Accountability Council; Policy & Budget Council -HJ 00016; Referred to State Affairs (GEA) by Government Efficiency & Accountability Council -HJ 00116
• Died in Committee on State Affairs (GEA)
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